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Kristine Hsia singing

Alumna returns to campus as lead vocalist with Navy’s premier jazz ensemble

Alumna Kristine Hsia will make a special homecoming visit in October when she returns to SUNY Fredonia for a concert performance as a member of the U.S. Navy Band Commodores.

Dancers perform Briana Blair Kelly’s work “Resilience,” during a rehearsal for Fredonia Dance Ensemble 2024.

2024-25 Mainstage Series offers classics, hits and brand-new works

From time-tested classics to Broadway hits and from brand-new works to contemporary dance, the 2024-25 Walter Gloor Mainstage Series will have it all covered.

Vocal soloists James Harrington, Robert Kleinertz, Meredith Zimmer and Mia Mandineau.

WNYCO to present Rossini’s ‘Stabat Mater’ for May 5 Masterworks concert

More than 90 voices will join with the Western New York Chamber Orchestra for the annual Masterworks concert at SUNY Fredonia.

Dr. Nick Weiser and orchestra on stage

Commencement-Eve Pops offers musical tour of America

From Glenn Miller’s “St. Louis Blues” and Tony Bennett’s “I Left My Heart in San Francisco” to Nat King Cole’s “Route 66” and Gladys Night’s “Midnight Train to Georgia,” hundreds of songs have been written about famous American cities, states and places. “A Big Musical Tour of America” on Friday, May 17 is the 2024 Commencement-Eve Pops concert.

Cast members including Micaela LaBarbera as Elizabeth Proctor, Matthew Neary as John Proctor, Harlequinn Selegean as Abigail Williams and Ryan Okun as John Brown.

Theatre department offers rotating productions of ‘Crucible,’ ‘Abigail/1702’

The Department of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia has undertaken an ambitious project to close out its 2023-24 Walter Gloor Mainstage Series.

dancers on stage

Orchesis presents spring showcase with three April performances

Orchesis, the student-run dance company at SUNY Fredonia, is gearing up for its next production with the largest cast in more than five years.

Brody Brown

Student expands education through role at university arts center

Learning takes place in many different ways at SUNY Fredonia, and Brody Brown is doing his best to take advantage of this fact.

The cast of the PAC’s production of the “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" in rehearsal

Fredonia’s PAC puts Warhol-inspired twist on ‘Putnam County Spelling Bee’

When the Performing Arts Company (PAC) at SUNY Fredonia presents its production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” in April, it will add a touch of inspiration from late artist Andy Warhol to the award-winning musical comedy.

Daniel Cherry

Alumnus named front-of-house coordinator for arts center

Joining the staff of the Michael C. Rockefeller Arts Center at the State University of New York at Fredonia in January was a full-circle moment for Daniel Cherry.

artist Laylah Ali painting

Award-winning artist to give lecture as part of exhibition

A renowned artist whose work is currently on display in the Cathy and Jesse Marion Art Gallery will be at SUNY Fredonia on Friday, March 22 for a public lecture.